Kennedy, The American Pageant Chapter 3

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Chapter Three
Settling the Northern
Colonies, 1619-1700
Kennedy, The American Pageant
Chapter 3
Which of the following was not
among the religious groups heavily
influenced by John Calvin’s version
of Protestant Christianity?
1. Dutch Reformed
2. German Lutherans
3. English Puritans
4. French Huguenots
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Which of the following was not
among the religious groups heavily
influenced by John Calvin’s version
of Protestant Christianity?
2. German Lutherans
Hint: See page 43.
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The most fervent Puritans believed
that the church should consist only of
1. those who accepted the Bible as the literal Word
of God.
2. those who believed that John Calvin has
established the only true version of Christianity.
3. left England to build a “city on a hill” in New
England.
4. “visible saints” who could demonstrate the
workings of grace in their lives to their fellow
Puritans.
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The most fervent Puritans believed
that the church should consist only of
4. “visible saints” who could demonstrate the
workings of grace in their lives to their fellow
Puritans.
Hint: See page 44.
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The number of Puritan immigrants
who came to New England on the
first eleven ships in 1630 was
approximately
1. one thousand.
2. two hundred.
3. five thousand
4. fifteen thousand.
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The number of Puritan immigrants
who came to New England on the
first eleven ships in 1630 was
approximately
1. one thousand.
Hint: See page 46.
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Voting rights in the Massachusetts
Bay Colony provincial government
were restricted to
1. adult male members of the Congregational
church.
2. those who owned property worth at least a
thousand pounds.
3. those who would swear an oath of loyalty to the
Puritan government and fight in its army.
4. those who were part of the original Puritan
migration of 1630–1640 or their descendants.
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Voting rights in the Massachusetts
Bay Colony provincial government
were restricted to
1. adult male members of the Congregational
church.
Hint: See page 46.
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The punishment the Puritans inflicted
on the religious dissenters Anne
Hutchinson and Roger Williams was
1. death by stoning.
2. confinement in the public stocks, where they were
subject to beatings and ridicule.
3. whipping.
4. exile from Massachusetts.
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The punishment the Puritans inflicted
on the religious dissenters Anne
Hutchinson and Roger Williams was
4. exile from Massachusetts.
Hint: See pages 47 and 48.
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The New England colonies with the
closest connections to Puritan
Massachusetts were
1. New Hampshire and Maine.
2. Connecticut and New Haven.
3. Rhode Island and Vermont.
4. New York and Plymouth Bay.
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The New England colonies with the
closest connections to Puritan
Massachusetts were
2. Connecticut and New Haven.
Hint: See page 49.
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The Pequot War of 1637 resulted in
1. the complete annihilation of the Pequot tribe and
40 years of relative calm between Puritans and
Indians.
2. the beginnings of nearly continuous warfare
between New England’s Indians and the Puritans.
3. a temporary halt to the westward expansion of
New England settlements.
4. the conversion of nearly all New England Indians
to Puritan Christianity.
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The Pequot War of 1637 resulted in
1. the complete annihilation of the Pequot tribe and
40 years of relative calm between Puritans and
Indians.
Hint: See page 52.
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England’s Glorious Revolution of
1688–1689 resulted in
1. the first serious military conflict between New
England colonists and the English king.
2. the American colonists’ declaration of loyalty to
the overthrown King Charles II.
3. American attacks on royal authority and the
collapse of the Dominion of New England.
4. the complete loss of English control over the
American colonies.
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England’s Glorious Revolution of
1688–1689 resulted in
3. American attacks on royal authority and the
collapse of the Dominion of New England.
Hint: See page 54.
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The primary initial goal of the Dutch
West India Company in establishing
its New Netherland colony was
1. preventing the union of New England with
England’s southern colonies.
2. to establish a haven for Dutch Reformed refugees
fleeing persecution in the Spanish Netherlands.
3. to make quick profits from the fur trade for
company investors.
4. to conduct an experiment in democracy and
religious toleration in the New World.
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The primary initial goal of the Dutch
West India Company in establishing
its New Netherland colony was
3. to make quick profits from the fur trade for
company investors.
Hint: See page 56.
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The small Swedish colony of New
Sweden was conquered in 1655 by
1. the French.
2. the English from Puritan New England.
3. the Delaware Indians.
4. the Dutch from New Netherland.
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The small Swedish colony of New
Sweden was conquered in 1655 by
4. the Dutch from New Netherland.
Hint: See page 57.
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